Off to 2046 for a while.
After some doubts I decided to give this full marks. It deserves it. It has no qualms and doubts about what it is and is therefore a perfect example of a film that tries to depict a troubled mind.
I have to start with Morfydd Clark. She is absolutely amazing and gives a performance that just relentlessly sucks you into Maud's reality. A place you'd rather not be, but Morfydd forces you to keep watching by her presence and the…
I love the stupidity of holding on to what has moved on.
I love the smallness of the biggest emotion we know.
I love the pain that doesn't seem to leave but you know somehow it will.
I love seeing love.
And I love how Wong Kar-Wai manages to capture all of the above and mold it into a piece of visual poetry, instilled with the melancholy, pain, joy, frivolity and promise our species' most powerful four letter word possesses.…
Daughter 1: Daddy, can we watch Frozen?
Me: Sure thing, honey. Does your brother want to watch as well?
Son: What's it about?
Daughter 1: Oh it's about princesses and true love!
Son - blank stare-
Daughter: and there's a snow monster.
Son: Let's roll.
-movie finishes, Daughter 1 is blaring Let it Go at the top of her lungs-
Me: What'd you think, buddy?
-Son gives me a look-
Me: C'mon, wasn't that bad was it?
Son (these are…